The Beautiful Getaway Muskoka

~Provincial parks~

Oastler Lake

(24 minutes/31 km driving distance)

What You’ll Like:

  • Set on the Boyne River, minutes from Parry Sound and Georgian Bay
  • Panoramic views from the waterfront campsites overlooking Oastler Lake
  • Summer hiking and biking on the nearby Seguin Recreational Trail
  • Great fishing for Rainbow Trout, pike and bass
  • Canoe rentals on site

Six Mile lake Provincial Park

(25 minutes/38 km driving distance)

What You’ll Like:

  • A charming family park with scenic landscape that has inspired painters
  • Many semi-private, waterfront, electrical and non-electrical campsites
  • Conveniently located off Hwy 400 in beautiful Muskoka
  • Three sandy beaches, including designated pet beach
  • Playground and picnic areas with picnic shelter for rent
  • Canoe, kayak and standup paddle board
  • Three rugged, picturesque hiking trails
  • Well-known for recreational boating and fishing
  • Park store with a wide range of products available

The Massauga

(33 minutes/38 km driving distance)

What You’ll Like:

  • Backcountry camping on Georgian Bay stretching from Parry Sound to the Moon River
  • Park takes in hundreds of windswept islands, inland forests and lakes
  • Camp by the bay or paddle to inland lake sites
  • Protected sanctuary for the Massasauga Rattlesnake
  • Boat mooring in a quiet cove
  • Visit Calhoun Lodge for a glimpse of 1930s cottage life

Killbear Provincial Park

(48 minutes/69 km driving distance)

What You’ll Like:

  • Kilometres of rugged, rocky shoreline mixed with numerous sand beaches
  • Beautiful views of windswept pines on rocky islands
  • 6 km recreational trail for hiking and biking
  • Visitor Centre
  • Excellent sailing and windsurfing conditions
  • Georgian Bay sunsets

Arrowhead Provincial Park

(59 minutes/70 km driving distance)

What You’ll Like:

  • Large, treed and private campsites in the heart of Muskoka
  • Three sand beaches on Arrowhead Lake
  • Quiet motorboat-free lakes
  • 15 km of hiking trails; including a trail leading to a waterfall (Stubb’s Falls)
  • Rental canoes, kayaks, paddleboards and mountain bikes during the summer season; skis, sit-skis, snowshoes, sledge and ice skate rentals during the winter
  • Well-known for winter activities; cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, ice-skating, heated roofed accommodations.
  • Our complete guide to winter at Arrowhead has all the information you’ll need to plan your trip

Awenda Provincial Park

(63 minutes/85 km driving distance)

What You’ll Like:

  • Over 2,900 hectares of forested land on the shores of Georgian Bay
  • 31 kilometres of trails
  • Summer interpretive programs
  • Interior lake for canoeing
  • Private and shaded campsites includes sites for RVs, car camping, pet-free camping and radio-free camping
  • 17 kilometres backcountry ski trails in winter

Algonquin Provincial Park

(86 minutes/109 km driving distance)

  • Algonquin, the first provincial park in Ontario, protects a variety of natural, cultural, and recreational features and values. As one of the largest provincial parks, Algonquin is diverse and offers something for nearly everyone.